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Monroe City Democrat. (Monroe City, Mo.) 1888-1919, February 02, 1905, Image 5

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3 9c 9c Rogers & Thompson. 9c 9C J B
Our Great 9c Sale starts Thursday Cut Prices in every Department. Clean, Reliable
goods at Seemingly Impossible Figures. But remember if ROGERS & THOMPSON
advertise it, it is so.
Men's 15c sox go at
Ladies' 15c vests for
New Spring Embroidery 2 yds for
Boys' Caps
Towels 2 for
Neck Ribbon l yds for
Children's 10c Hose 2 pairs for
Children's Yarn Mitts go at
Children's Fleeced Vests and Pants at
Cotton Voile worth 25c
Good Apron Gingham at 2 yds for
5c Hair Pin Cabinets 3 for
Fancy Bordered Handkerchiefs 4 for
Mens' 15c Linen Collars
Ladies' Handkerchiefs 2 for
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9c yard
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ABOVE CENTS.
Large heavy huck towels 2 for 19c
10 yds bleached or unbleached muslin 39c
Men's 10c canton flannel mittens 3 pr for 19c
15 prs men's $1.25 d $1.50 pants
Corsets, a few odd sizes
$1 and $1.50 black corsets
Best bleached 9-4 sheeting 2 yds for
Ladies' heaviest 25c vests and pants
10 men's $15 suits for this sale
14 " $12.50 suits for this sale
89c each
19c each
49c each
49c
19c
$8 99 each
6 99 each
10
suits were $5 $6 and $6.50 choice 3 99 each
Ladies' shoes 35 prs worth $1.50 choice 99c
12 pairs heavy calf skin shoes 79c
Men's shoes were $1 25 and 1.50 99c
Ladies 10c black hose J pairs for 19c
I04 blankets 49c pr
50c bleached table damask 39c yd
40c " " " 29c "
ROGERS & THOMPSON.
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Schouten's bre ad at Griffith's
Get your dinner at Griffith's.
Miss Maggie Tramel returned
yesterday from a visit with
Hannibal friends.
Os Mudd was a Hannibal visi
tor Sunday.
James McFarland was with
Bluff City friends Tuesday.
Senator Prank W. McAllister
was a Monroe visitor Sunday.
Mrs. J. R. Higgins, of Palmy
ra, came up yesterday to visit
the family of A. Grimm.
The Quiucy Herald says:
Twenty per cent of the "Hello"
girls marry every year.
Mrs. Lou Boone, of Ely, was
a shopper in the city Tuesday.
G. Ellet Tompkins was a bus
iness visitor in Lewistown Sat
urday. E. S. Boulware was a busi
ness visitor in the Bluff City,
Saturday.
The tine piano which the
Democrat is going to give
away is worth hustling tor.
John Baxter, of Palmyra, was
a business visitor in the city,
Saturday.
Mrs. J. B. McClintic spent
Sunday with her kinspeopleat
Hunnewell.
Miss Annie Ragland went to
Hannibal yesterday to visit the
borne folks.
James McLeod, of Palmyra,
bas been visiting his relatives,
John W. Stephens and family.
W. B. and A. J. Kendrick, of
Shelbina, were visiting their
brothers, east of the city, Sun
day. Mrs. J. W. Lawson, of Hanni
bal, bas been the guest ot her
brother-in-law, Charles Lawson
and wife.
Raphael Leake and better
half attended the policemans
,ball in Quincy.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smith,
of Ely, spent Sunday in the
city with friends.
Briggs Medcalf of Winfield,
Mo., spent Sunday in the city
with homefolks.
Fred Davis and family have
been spending a week with the
homefolks near this city.
Mrs. John L Aylor was call
ed to Hannibal Sunday by the
serious illness of her son. Allen
Aylor.
Mrs. Cora (Jmstattd and Miss
Georgie Hawkins spent Sunday
in the Bluff City with the fami
ly of J. T. S. Hickman.
After a pleasant visit with
the homefolks, Mrs. Minnie
Young, returned to her home,
St. Louis, Saturday.
Mrs. C. W. Christian and
daughter, Miss Addie came
down from Shelbina, Saturday
to visit their son and brother,
D B. Christian.
February 10th, 1905, your ac
count will be in the bands of a
collector if not settled prior to
above date.
W. B. BPiLiDING,
Wanted 10 men in each
state to travel, tack signs and
distribute samples and circu
lars of our goods. Salary 75
per month, $3 per day tor ex
penses. Kuhlman Co., Dept. S ,
Atlas Bldg , Chicago. 3-9.
The V. C T. U. will meet
with Mrs. G A. Lentioff on
Tuesday. February 7, at 2:30.
The Chicago "Hello" girls say
society women use more vulgar
and profane words than men do.
J. K. Ely has concluded to
enter the contracting and build
ing business. See him before
you let your building contracts
tf.
Earl Reid was with Quincy
friends the first of the week.
Alex Melson whs a business
visitor in the Gem City. Thursday.
In Hannibal they always cal'
it holy wedlock. The Kansas
City Star wonders if anybody
ever gets, just married in that
town.
Miss Edith Evans, student at
Stephens College. Columbia,
came borne last week and
brought her friend La Grippe
with her.
Dr. Clare Noland spent Sun
day with a fair one in Palmyra.
When asked if be was going to
have his throat treated, he gave
us a grin for reply.
Mrs. B. E. Diggs left yester
day morning for Galesburg. 111.
It is ber old home and she will
remain there while the family
here is moving. She has made
many friends who will miss ber
Frank Losson and Miss Agnes
Hays spent Sunday with
Frank's sister, Mrs. P. Yancey
Thiehoff, in Hannibal. Frank
says: "We had a lovely time,
well, why shouldn't we?
Are Hannibal men different
from others? A Monroe City
paper tells of one who recently
came to that town on a "sad"'
mission to attend the funeral
of his mother in-law. Kansas
City World. Nay brother, the
Bluff City men are ou a par
with all others, but the Monroe
City mother-in-law is the best
on earth.
A treat is in store for those
who hear Miss Sbaner at Grace
Baptist church to night
Thomas Shepa rd and daugh
ter, Miss Orrie, have been the
guests of Rev. and Mrs. Lenhoff.
Mrs. Al Vance, of Hamilton,
Mont., is the guest of her friend
Mrs. Price Young, north of the
city.
Thornton Marshall, of Quincy,
and Tip Marshall, ol Hannibal,
spent Sunday in the city with
the bomeful Us
Mrs. G. B. Smith, children
and brotner, Larue, ot Kirks
ville, have been visiting friends
in this vicinity.
Pat Yates has been to Okla
homa, prospecting, but the
prospects are that Missouri is
good 'nough for him.
J. B. Burges, who ran a kind
of salvage store here for a few
months, bas moved bis stock to
Montgomery City, Mo.
Mrs. Eva Keith, of Cotton
Plant, Ark., has presented her
husband with a tine boy. They
have named him J. B. Settle
Keith.
Miss Jewell Fowler, of the
Saccharine village was shop
ping in the city Monday. She
is a Jewell that one ol Monroe's
young men would like to wear
and care for. for ever and aye.
Zack Young, of near Palmyra
was in the city Tuesday with
friends. He bad been over to
Victor to see his brother John,
who was quite ill with pueu
mona.
Kincaid
Harvey Kincaid died it the
home of his sister, Mrs George
Howe, Friday at 2 a. m. He was
35 years 7 months and 21 days
old.
The funeral rrvices were
conducten at his late home
Saturday morning at 11 o'clock
by Rev. W. D Neal, of Hunne
well. When a toddling child he got
hold of a cup half full of home
made lye and drank it. It left
bis si omache in such condition
that it bas always been a source
of trouble to him and caused him
to be delicate.
He was a good young man,
one that left not only relatives.
I but friends who mourn their
loss sincerely.
There is a brand new boy at
the home of Jacob Rohr.
Mrs. C. C. Cassidy went to
Quincy, Tuesday to visit friends.
Let no trivial thing prevent
you from hearing the address
at Grace Baptist church to
night. After an extended visit with
the homefolks, William Gentry
and family have returned to
their home iu Shelbyville.
R. L. Utterback and Chris L.
Drescher bad a big time at the
M. W. A. meeting in Palmyra
Tuesday night.
The Watson case caused the
following geutlemen to go to
New Loudon, Thursday, as
prospective jurors:
E. W. Campbell, the only liv
ing commissioner who was ccn
nected with building the Salt
River bridge, was expected to
identify the origiual plat or
draft of the bridge where the
death occurred. The others as
jurors were: Juo. Campbell. E.
L. Kimes, Thomas L iwles, Jno.
Greathouse. Will Mounts and
Geo. Hampton.

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